7/24/2013 | Rays, Price chop Sox's lead in East back to half-game
Timely hitting, some flashy glovework and a healthy dose of David Price led the Rays to a 5-1 win over the Red Sox on Wednesday at Fenway Park. By winning, the Rays crept to within a half-game of the first-place Red Sox in the AL East.
7/24/2013 | Archer gets praise, advice from Schilling
Chris Archer had a nice surprise on Wednesday afternoon, when he got to talk to former Major Leaguer Curt Schilling, a conversation he called "priceless."
7/24/2013 | Crisp's go-ahead homer spurs A's in Houston
Coco Crisp hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh to give the A's a 4-3 win over the Astros in Wednesday's finale at Minute Maid Park.
7/24/2013 | Franklin, Miller go back a long way
If young Mariners shortstop Brad Miller and second baseman Nick Franklin seem to have a natural comfort level together, there's a reason. The rookies have known each other since their high school days in Orlando, Fla., where they grew up about 20 minutes apart.
7/24/2013 | Wrigley renovations get City Council approval
The Chicago City Council approved a $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field on Wednesday.
7/24/2013 | Pine Tar Game sticks as a highlight for Brett
On the 30th anniversary of what has become known as the Pine Tar Game, George Brett is smiling, even laughing, about what became the most memorable moment of his 21-year career with the Kansas City Royals.
7/24/2013 | Weaver twirls gem, dominates Twins once again
Jered Weaver threw eight scoreless innings and led his team to a 1-0 victory over the Twins on Wednesday afternoon. Albert Pujols hit an RBI single in the first inning.
7/24/2013 | Deadline chatter: White Sox getting popular
The non-waiver Trade Deadline is fast approaching, and the topic of trades is dominating baseball discussion these days. The expanded postseason format has complicated the picture, as many clubs are still deciding whether to buy, sell or stand pat.
7/24/2013 | Wedge released, believed to have had mild stroke
Mariners manager Eric Wedge was released from the hospital on Wednesday after dealing with what doctors believe was a mild stroke on Monday.
7/24/2013 | Power bats back Kazmir's stellar start
The Indians ended a tough road trip with an exclamation point, routing the Mariners 10-1 on Wednesday afternoon at Safeco Field. Left-hander Scott Kazmir turned in a strong outing and Michael Bourn led an awakened offense with a grand slam.
7/24/2013 | A's recall infielder Rosales to boost defense
The A's recalled infielder Adam Rosales from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday to help shore up their struggling defense.
7/24/2013 | Indians to celebrate Colavito's 80th birthday
Indians Hall of Famer Rocky Colavito will be the guest of honor for a special luncheon for his 80th birthday on Aug. 10. The celebration will begin at 11 a.m. ET and will be held in the Terrace Club at Progressive Field.
7/24/2013 | Anderson throws 40 pain-free pitches in 'pen session
Mid-August is looking more and more like the time the A's can expect to welcome back lefty Brett Anderson, who continues to progress in his rehab without any issues.
7/24/2013 | Bid to take a bite out of All-Star Apples
Bidding is under way at the MLB.com Auction for most of the 35 "Apples on Parade" statues that were positioned around the Big Apple for All-Star Week -- including two that were signed by members of each roster to benefit charities in the New York area.
7/24/2013 | Attanasio saddened, not angry, about Braun
When Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio learned Ryan Braun had accepted a season-ending suspension, he was not angry. "I'm sad," he said.
7/24/2013 | Miller, Fernandez pair of rookies racking up K's
Rookies Shelby Miller and Jose Fernandez continued to keep hitters flailing on Tuesday, while Christian Yelich made a smashing debut and Junior Lake showed no signs of slowing down.
7/24/2013 | Black's power arm fits well in Bucs' bullpen
Scouting Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Vic Black at the Triple-A All-Star Game just a week before his first big league callup, I saw a pitcher with an outstanding arm and an ability to retire hitters from the back end of the bullpen.
7/24/2013 | Even the biggest stars can be subject to trades
From Hall of Fame pitchers to record-setting sluggers, plenty of All-Stars in their prime, or on either end of it, have been part of some explosive deals at or near the Trade Deadline.
7/24/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 24
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
7/24/2013 | Anything can happen, even to Opening Day aces
Even for Opening Day pitchers, there are no guarantees in baseball. For the 30 starters who were chosen for that ceremonial yet significant role, the ups and downs of the 2013 season have only reinforced that notion.
7/24/2013 | Clawing Yanks find win in unexpected place
The Yankees are past the point of saying that one game might be the spark that gets them going. They'll take Tuesday night's improbable 5-4, ninth-inning comeback victory over the Rangers and then try to figure something out on Wednesday.
7/24/2013 | Chance to run away with East escaping Braves
The first-place Braves refuse to make the kind of run that would put the division away. All the while, the Nationals and Phillies refuse to make them pay for it.
7/23/2013 | Bochy's 1,500th win comes 'on road' in SF
Bruce Bochy recorded the 1,500th victory of his Major League managerial career as the Giants outlasted the Cincinnati Reds in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader for a 5-3 "road" win in San Francisco.
7/23/2013 | Bats erupt in time to back Corbin's 12th win
The D-backs slugged away with 14 hits, and Patrick Corbin outlasted fellow All-Star lefty Travis Wood in a 10-4 victory over the Cubs at Chase Field.
7/23/2013 | Victorino uses shift to steal home
There are consequences to playing the shift on David Ortiz. With three infielders on the right side of second base, there's enough room on the left side of the infield for a lot of wild stuff to happen -- such as Shane Victorino's steal of home in Tuesday's win.
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